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Monarchies of the World

Can you name the countries of the world that are considered to be monarchies?
Includes constitutional monarchies
Groups together countries that share the same monarch
As of 8 September 2022
Quiz by Quizmaster
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Last updated: September 8, 2022
First submittedDecember 6, 2010
Times taken114,021
Average score69.0%
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Title
Monarch
Country
Co-Princes
Emmanuel / Joan
Andorra
King
Hamad
Bahrain
King
Philippe
Belgium
King
Khesar
Bhutan
Sultan
Hassanal
Brunei
King
Sihamoni
Cambodia
Queen
Margrethe
Denmark
King
Mswati
Eswatini
Emperor
Naruhito
Japan
King
Abdullah
Jordan
Emir
Nawaf
Kuwait
King
Letsie
Lesotho
Prince
Hans-Adam
Liechtenstein
Grand Duke
Henri
Luxembourg
Yang di-Pertuan
Agong
Abdullah
Malaysia
Title
Monarch
Country
Prince
Albert
Monaco
King
Mohammed
Morocco
King
Willem-Alexander
Netherlands
King
Harald
Norway
Sultan
Haitham
Oman
Emir
Tamim
Qatar
King
Salman
Saudi Arabia
King
Felipe
Spain
King
Carl Gustaf
Sweden
King
Rama
Thailand
King
Tupou
Tonga
Emir
Multiple (7)
United Arab Emirates
King
Charles
United Kingdom /
Commonwealth Realms
Pope
Francis
Vatican City
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Level ∞
Jun 14, 2011
Reset the quiz to include Tonga and United Arab Emirates.
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Level 22
Feb 18, 2021
Completed with 2 minutes remaining
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Level 45
Jul 20, 2022
what about wakanda?
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Level 50
Sep 10, 2022
Waka waka
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Level 50
Sep 10, 2022
Waka waka
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Level 50
Sep 10, 2022
Waka waka
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Level 50
Sep 10, 2022
Waka waka
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Level 50
Sep 10, 2022
Waka waka
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Level 50
Sep 10, 2022
Waka waka
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Level 50
Sep 10, 2022
Waka waka
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Level 50
Sep 10, 2022
Waka waka
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Level 50
Sep 10, 2022
Waka waka
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Level 48
Sep 10, 2022
Waka waka
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Level 29
Nov 27, 2011
Missed Lesotho and Tonga... I was sure Nepal was a monarchy though...
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Level ∞
Nov 27, 2011
Nepal's monarchy was abolished in 2008.
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Level 80
Dec 1, 2016
In a most dramatic way, starting with crown Prince gunning down most of the royal family ...
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Level 67
Jul 19, 2019
This quiz inspired me to revisit the abolition of the Nepalese monarchy, which I remember, and read about the royal massacre of 2001, about which I had absolutely no idea. The story is nuts.
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Level 39
Jun 1, 2021
Wow i was alive when Nepal had a monarchy?
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Level 28
Feb 19, 2013
Aww I'm stupid I missed Thailand...

But i'm suprised that Tonga is monarchy! lol

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Level 57
Sep 10, 2022
I happened to miss the UK, two days after the Queen's death :/
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Level 48
Sep 10, 2022
big L
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Level 39
Dec 4, 2011
I knew maybe 5 of these. I guessed the other 15.
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Level 15
Dec 28, 2011
So there's only 29 monarchies out of 196 (I think) countries? I guess that shows how stupid it is. (No offence, I live in one of them myself.)
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Level 51
Jun 15, 2013
Depends on what your monarchies does. Ceremonial monarchies aren't too bad at all tbh
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Level 44
Jan 13, 2015
Absolute monarchies are frankly no better than dictators but I have to say that constitutional monarchies can work well. I like a system where politicians run the country but are not the head of state, it stops the power going to their heads (admittedly not always!). As long as the monarch is the head of state but has little or no political influence (and compared to many large corporations and individuals that noone voted for, she doesn't) then I have no problem with that. I'd far rather have the queen as my head of state than almost any politician I can think of. No system is perfect but constitutional monarchies on the whole seem to be a better way of keeping the egos in check. Power corrupts, etc...
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Level 77
Jun 16, 2017
They're good for tourism, I suppose.
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Level 50
May 29, 2018
I agree, a constitutional monarchy is not at all bad. Although it does cost money, all the pomp and grandeur is good for tourism. So I don't think it's a bad thing.
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Level 66
Sep 10, 2018
Interesting debate here. I think there are good arguments for a ceremonial monarch, but I don't really buy the idea that they are good for tourism. People aren't going to say "I think I'll visit the UK for my holiday because it is a monarchy". We have castles and palaces that result from the monarchy and are tourist attractions, but would abolition of the monarchy really make them less valuable? Probably not. While it would be pretty ridiculous for a country like France or the USA to start a monarchy now, I do however think that if a head of state is introduced who is directly elected democratically, they will have a mandate to run the country however they want (something Queen Elizabeth II does not have and has never thought she had). And a ruler should have to put their decisions before a parliament in the knowledge that it is the parliament, not them, who holds sovereignty. We could make the Prime Minister head of state, but the formalities involved would likely distract them even
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Level 66
Sep 10, 2018
further from running the country. Another alternative is to have no head of state like Switzerland, but if the monarchy were abolished I don't think that would happen. People calling monarchy a waste of money should remember that whatever might replace it would quite possibly cost just as much, or more.
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Level 53
Feb 18, 2021
@Nathaniel It's weird, Switzerland doesn't actually have a singular head of state - the Federal Council is collectively head of state. I don't know whether any other country has that kind of system..? Der Guy is head of the Federal Council, but that doesn't make him officially head of state.
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Level 56
Sep 10, 2022
And yet monarchies make up nearly half of the top countries in the world (those with high income, life expectancy, low crime, low disease rate etc.)

Where as the worst countries of the world are all not monarchies.

Japan, U.K, Norway, Sweden, Spain, Holland, Monaco, Liechtenstein, Belgium, Luxembourgh. You can also through in New Zealand, Australia, Canada as monarchies as well.

Only absolute monarchies are usually bad countries and even then some of them are better than some of the surronding nations, like Thailand and Bhutan.

Even if one rates personal freedoms higher than they do income rates, crime rates some absolute Monarchies still rank higher than nearby republics, Like Kuwait, Oman, Qatar.

In europe many monarchs are held in higher esteem than thier politicians and usually poor huge sums of money into global charity projects. Some like Diana were loved even by non monarchies

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Level 32
Jan 30, 2012
Good question, these aren these all the monarchies in the world? Also, it would be interesting to make a difference between symbolic monarchies and absolute monarchies.
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Level 69
Nov 10, 2012
Interesting quiz. :) But technically the Vatican city is a theocracy, not a monarchy, just like Iran. :/
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Level 84
Jan 13, 2013
Yes, true. If we're not going to trifle about actual titles, then many dictatorships around the world function just like monarchies with absolute monarchs and hereditary rule. North Korea, for instance, is closer to being a monarchy in practice than Great Britain. The only thing that makes many of these countries monarchies is that they have some twat living in a castle who calls himself king. But the twat at the Vatican calls himself Pope and claims to speak directly to God, rather than simply getting his authority from Him. So, there's a difference.
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Level 69
Oct 17, 2014
Well yeah. But the position of pope is not hereditary, which sets it apart from the other monarchies.
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Level 66
Sep 10, 2018
... except Andorra.
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Level 60
Feb 18, 2021
Didn't know Pope speaks directly to god. Sounds interesting
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Level 53
Feb 18, 2021
That description fits more presidents than monarchs. When you look at the Palace of the Elysée...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Presidential_palace

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Level 51
Mar 15, 2013
Pope has changed.
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Level 40
Mar 19, 2013
You should change the leader in Vatican. There's now a new Pope
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Level 84
Jun 11, 2013
Ah... the countries in the world where it's still mandated by law to worship some inbred rich family. Keeping Up With the Kardashians may be a bit of a cultural embarrassment but at least it's not written in to the constitution that we have to keep it on the air. I guess that's progress?

Been a few months since I last took this quiz. Somehow managed to miss the Vatican despite the conversation we were having last time about the appropriateness of its inclusion on the list. Guess I should have remembered it was on here even if that's a bit odd. Only other ones I missed were Japan and the two land-locked South African countries.

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Level 73
Jun 11, 2013
It's not required in all countries that have them to "worship" the royal family, or even to respect them. There are plenty of republicans in the UK for example, such as myself, and plenty of people are pretty vocal about their dislike of monarchies.

I wouldn't recommend trying the same thing in Saudi Arabia or Thailand though.

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Level ∞
Jul 23, 2019
You are required to swear an oath of allegiance to the monarch and their descendants if you want to become a citizen, or to serve in certain public duties. Maybe people just lie when they swear the oath. Personally, I think people shouldn't be required to do so.
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Level 67
Feb 18, 2021
I agree. It's in the same category as swearing an oath to a piece of cloth.
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Level 69
Jun 12, 2013
What are you talking about? They're there just for symbollic reasons. They have little to no influence in the government whatsoever. At least in Europe that is. Keeping Up With the Kardashians is made for entertainment. Why would you feel embarassed by a TV show? It's not a representation of a whole country, just of a stupid family (which is kinda foreign BTW).
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Level 59
Aug 22, 2015
Inbred? There are several members of the royal families in Europe who have married people outside them. Honestly, I'm not a supporter of monarchy, but if the people like it, then that's totally OK with me.
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Level 84
Oct 16, 2017
If you spent 3 weeks drinking your own urine and then yesterday had a clean glass of orange juice you're still not going to have a healthy set of kidneys.
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Level 67
Jul 19, 2019
Challenge accepted, kal.
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Level 71
Feb 19, 2021
A single generation of outbreeding brings the inbreeding coefficient to zero.
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Level 71
Apr 19, 2021
There are people who drink their own urine, including an Indian Prime Minister. Not saying that it's a good idea, just saying that we maybe should be less mean to urine drinkers. It's less idiotic than monarchy at any rate.
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Level 55
Jun 11, 2013
How could I forget Brunei and Bhutan.
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Level 61
Jun 16, 2017
That is an absolute disgrace.
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Level 20
Jun 12, 2013
The title of the ruler of the Vatican is the king, but they are awarded to the same person. The title should be king.
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Level 84
Jun 13, 2013
So the Pope is also the king of Vatican City? hm.. to Wikipedia!...
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Level 24
Jun 16, 2013
there's a CGPGrey video on YouTube about it
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Level 45
Jan 19, 2014
Belgium should be updated, King Albert abdicated in July 2013. King Phillipe is the monarch now.
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Level ∞
Jan 20, 2014
Updated
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Level 34
May 22, 2015
Should the Ayatollah be on here for Iran?
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Level 67
Jul 19, 2019
Russians in Afghanistan!
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Level 72
Jun 11, 2015
It would be nice to remove the word "still" from the title of the quiz, as it implies a lot of things including a personal opinion.
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Level 59
Aug 27, 2020
As a monarchist, it doesn't imply anything. They're right, it's been on the decline.
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Level 67
Feb 18, 2021
Do you see very many new monarchies around?
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Level 80
Aug 22, 2015
Like the new look, QM!
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Level 59
Aug 22, 2015
I like most things updated with the new look, but why add a "Start quiz" button?
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Level 79
Aug 22, 2015
I LIKE the "Start quiz" button very much!
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Level 59
Aug 23, 2015
What's the point of the button, I'd like to know.
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Level 79
Aug 23, 2015
I can't speak for anyone else but I like having an opportunity to read the instructions without losing valuable time on the clock. Wasted seconds are points lost!
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Level 77
Jun 16, 2017
But it also gives time to think about (or even look up) the answers before starting the quiz which is not a good thing IMO.
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Level 67
Jan 25, 2019
@ander but why would you even take the quiz then (if you, not you but you know ;), are gonna look up the answer anyway... no point then. You might aswell just read an encyclopedia
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Level 50
Feb 26, 2019
^ You'd think so, but apparently there are lots of people that do look up the answers. To me that seems like a very strange thing to do when it is supposed to be a quiz.
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Level 55
May 23, 2022
Then it's their loss.
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Level 63
Aug 22, 2015
26/29. I can live with that. I really should have gotten Norway and Cambodia, though.
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Level 56
Aug 22, 2015
Looking at this list now, the most amazing thing to me is the surprising lack of monarchies left in Africa. Just Morocco and the tiny kingdoms of Lesotho, Swaziland and Tonga.
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Level 59
Aug 23, 2015
Tonga is in Oceania. That reduces the number of monarchies in Africa to 3. I'm not surprised though, because most African countries are relatively new, being formed after 1950 for the first time.
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Level 61
Feb 18, 2021
There are many subnational monarchies in Africa.
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Level 67
Feb 18, 2021
The lack of monarchies in Africa is one of the very (very) few positive outcomes of colonialism. Other than that, colonialism hasn't exactly proven an awesome idea.
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Level 53
Feb 18, 2021
When you look at the different presidents in Africa, I don't think we can really say that republicanism has been noticeably better than monarchy would have been.
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Level 39
Aug 22, 2015
LIving down under is good. We are a constitutional monarchy with the Queen as Sovereign. She has a "substitute" of sorts, they being the Governor-General.

The Queen's Royal style and title in Australia is Elizabeth the Second, by the Grace of God Queen of Australia and Her other Realms and Territories, Head of the Commonwealth.

Taken from: http://www.royal.gov.uk/monarchandcommonwealth/australia/australia.aspx

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Level 67
Jan 25, 2019
Style? Is that something like a tag? Haha
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Level 64
Aug 23, 2015
As soon as I realized that a lot of these countries were tiny, I was on a roll.
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Level 52
Sep 25, 2015
All I did was guess...still got Swaziland, Lesotho and Lichtenstein
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Level 43
Dec 5, 2015
LOL François, co-prince of Andorra XD
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Level 38
Jun 23, 2017
Emmanuel now :)
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Level 65
Jan 26, 2016
What about Samoa?

Tuiatua Tupua Tamasese Efi is their constitutional monarch...

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Level ∞
May 27, 2017
Not a monarchy according to Wikipedia.
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Level 80
Jun 16, 2017
No, he was duly elected. He's aparently head of a "royal" family (quote marks according to Wikipedia), but it has not much to do with his political function.
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Level 53
Feb 18, 2021
But the King of Malaysia is also elected... that doesn't in itself mean he's not a monarch.
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Level 63
Oct 13, 2016
King Bhumibol has died. May he rest in peace.
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Level 58
Jun 16, 2017
Neat quiz! You clearly did a lot of research. I pretty much just guessed the countries.
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Level 87
Jun 16, 2017
Wait, Nigeria's not a monarchy? Then why do I keep getting e-mails from a Nigerian prince that wants to give me lots of money?
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Level 80
Jun 16, 2017
There are plenty of princes in abolished monarchies (Serbia, Greece, Germany, ...)
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Level 87
Feb 18, 2021
Sure, but why don't I get any e-mails from any of those places?
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Level 61
Feb 18, 2021
They aren't as generous as their Nigerian counterparts.
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Level 52
Nov 12, 2021
i wanna get sent money bye a nigerian prince
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Level 58
Oct 16, 2017
hahahahahahahahahahahahaha
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Level 67
Jun 17, 2017
I made a quiz on restored monarchies that you might want to check out.

http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/120795/restored-monarchies

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Level 51
Jun 17, 2017
I forgot the pope......
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Level 61
Jun 23, 2017
four minutes?? seriously? how about like six or seven minutes. need more time.
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Level 67
Jan 6, 2020
No need to type all the countries in the world ;) plus if you dont know some that is fine. It is not about scoring 100% in whichever way possible but testing your knowledge.

the time seems fine to me, you do the ones you know and have a bit ov time left for some educated guesses. Not a typing contest without time to think and not so long that hou can just randomly put loads of countries in without rhyme or reason.

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Level 38
Jun 23, 2017
Funny that Prince Emmanuel of Andorra is actually Emmanuel Macron, the French President.
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Level 53
Dec 5, 2017
Ugh, I was typing... Liechtenstein, Andorra, Luxembourg, and then I decided, "Vatican City? Nah, he is the pope, not a king!" Completely missed.
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Level 30
Sep 17, 2018
How about Nepal?
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Level 66
Nov 10, 2018
Abolished.
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Level 66
Jul 4, 2019
An interesting observation I posted above (it was deleted because the user who started the thread was deleted): Of the 17 countries listed as full democracies by the democracy index at the time, 9 were monarchies. This number has since changed to 10/20.
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Level 66
Jul 19, 2019
Japan has a new emperor since May 2019
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Level 80
Jul 19, 2019
Malaysia’s monarch has changed from Muhammad to Abdullah since January 31 this year.
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Level 45
Jul 19, 2019
If you enjoyed this quiz, check out this "Constitutional Monarchies" quiz. Similar, but not at all the same!
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Level 67
Jul 19, 2019
Many comments touting that the strongest and most successful governments still have constitutional monarchs. I am wondering whether that is any causal relationship though. I suspect it's just a coincidence. Western Europe has the most successful democracies, and also has a history of monarchies, but I don't think the former is really the result of the latter. The US's current quandary is the result of a culture that is rotting from the inside, owing mostly to greed and bigotry. I don't see how that has anything to do with not having a monarch. I'm sure some grad student has written an interesting paper on the subject. To the internet!
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Level 66
Jul 19, 2019
I think it is because the strongest and most successful governments are generally the oldest ones (i.e. countries where it is difficult to bring down the government haven't had the government brought down in a while). Monarchy is an older form of government than a modern democratic republic, so the most stable governments tend to be disproportionately likely to be constitutional monarchies.
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Level 84
Sep 9, 2019
The USA has the oldest still-in-use written constitution in the world and has had a remarkably stable and long-continuous government, more than many other countries that most people think of as older which in fact have undergone multiple revolutions, coups, or reorganizations in recent history and so shouldn't really be thought of as old. Great Britain managed to stay out of the revolutions that swept across Europe in the 1800s but that makes them more the exception than the rule.
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Level 66
Jan 6, 2020
You're right I suppose, though the USA can also be said to be an exception to the rule rather than the rule because of how early it became independent and how rich it was destined to be because of its huge amount of natural resources. Also the fact that its native population was small enough compared to its immigrant population that the native population could be oppressed effectively, ensuring that they couldn't overthrow the government. Perhaps it is more to do with the fact that something needs to be going badly wrong internally in a country to persuade sufficiently many people to take part in a revolution. The Netherlands and Belgium were occupied by the Nazis in the Second World War, for example, but the population had no reason to start a revolution after the Nazis were gone and what was seen as the original government was restored.
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Level 56
Aug 18, 2020
Not sure the revolutions of the 1800s had much effect on the number of monarchies in Europe, France excepted. I suspect the numbers actually increased in the 19th century (Bulgaria, Belgium, Greece etc). It was the world wars that did for them. The key to Britain's retention of the monarchy was getting the revolutions in early, not avoiding them - leading to a more gradual process reducing the monarch's powers to become a figurehead only. I'm a republican at heart - in part because of the personal privilege - but I can see that the system has its advantages.
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Level 67
Feb 18, 2021
Most of France's revolutions have actually ended up instituting, rather than abolishing, some sort of monarchy. 1789 led to Napoleon, 1830 led to Louis-Philippe, 1848 led to Napoleon III, and in 1870, the monarchists held a majority in Parliament, and had they been able to agree amongst themselves, we might just have had king Henry V. In the end, the Republic was instituted by a one-vote majority.
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Level 67
Feb 18, 2021
I still agree that monarchies aren't directly linked to good or bad governement. You can have very good and very bad government, as well as any shades in between, no matter the form of the state. So, given that, why would anyone *want* to live in a monarchy? Why would anyone *want* to be officially recognised as inferior to someone else, just because of their birth? Having lived in the UK, and actually briefly worked for Her Majesty's Government, I still don't get it. Sure, it's fun to watch from the outside - but being actually subject to those people? Nah, thanks. I'd rather have idiots I can vote out.
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Level 59
Aug 5, 2021
No-one's 'subject' to a constitutional monarch except in the most technical meaningless sense. If there was widespread support for a republic in the UK, it'd happen - just like anything else in a democratic society. I suspect a lot of the Commonwealth realms will become republics when Elizabeth dies.
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Level 71
Dec 12, 2021
Back in the 80s, when my dad was a medical student, the Bangladeshi government paid millions of dollars to the British government to get the broadcasting rights to some sort of royal wedding (Charles and Diana I think). My dad wrote a very critical editorial about the uselessness of it. This was at a time when most of Bangladesh was living in the most extreme of poverty, where famines were still common and barely anyone had access to electricity, let alone televisions. Why, he argued, was the government spending so much money on an ultimately worthless event that very few Bangladeshis could watch when it could spend that money helping the poor?

Thankfully things are better in Bangladesh now, but I still think he had a good point--why do people spend so much money and attention on people who are ultimately unimportant to our lives when we could focus our time and attention on the things that matter?

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Level 67
Jul 21, 2020
Gee, it might have something to do with all the wealth those countries accumulated by looting and pillaging the rest of the world.
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Level 56
Aug 18, 2020
yeh - those violent piratical Monegasques are only outdone by the genocidal Norwegians and world enslaving Liechtensteiners.
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Level 84
Aug 18, 2020
The Norwegians were in fact pretty big into looting and pillaging in the 9th and 10th centuries. But, yeah, good point aside.
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Level 56
Aug 19, 2020
Which has precisely zero relevance to Norway's 21st century constitutional arrangements - which was the point of this exchange and the subject of the quiz. But yeh, good point aside.
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Level 84
Oct 18, 2020
You're praising your own point?
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Level 67
Feb 18, 2021
It can easily be argued that residents of Monaco are still looting and pillaging the world, just by different means.
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Level 74
Jul 19, 2019
That was fun. I got them all (almost missed Tonga but the quiz goes in alaphabetic order of the country so that helped a lot)
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Level 72
Mar 16, 2022
I hate it when find out after finishing a quiz that the answers were in alphabetical order all along.
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Level 65
Jul 20, 2019
I had no idea Cambodia was a monarchy
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Level 82
Jul 20, 2019
Akihito's reign as Emperor ended after his abdication. Naruhito became Emperor since 1 May 2019, the beginning of the Reiwa era
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Level 67
Jul 23, 2019
Qatar's Emir is Tamim since June 2013. He is the son of Hamad
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Level ∞
Jul 23, 2019
Fixed
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Level 60
Jan 15, 2020
Oman is now

Haitham bin Tariq Al Said

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Level 51
Apr 18, 2020
Yes
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Level 59
May 29, 2020
Missed Morocco, Bhutan, Malaysia and Lesotho
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Level 51
Aug 28, 2020
100%
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Level 55
Nov 2, 2020
Unless you mean Sabah for Kuwait as the last name, please update. King Sabah al-Sabah of Kuwait died this year (2020). The Emir of Kuwait is now Nawaf al-Sabah
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Level 57
Feb 18, 2021
easy because I know all monarchies, I even have a series about it.
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Level 61
Feb 18, 2021
How is the Vatican a monarchy? The pope is elected.
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Level 50
Mar 31, 2021
These aren't mutually exclusive states: one can have elective monarchies such as Malaysia and the Vatican.
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Level 60
Apr 28, 2022
Some historical examples of elective monarchies include Poland and the HRE
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Level 58
Feb 19, 2021
Hail to Multiple VII King of the UAE !
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Level 49
Feb 22, 2021
The monarch of the vatican holds the title "sovereign". The title "pope" is the title of the monarch of the holy see, a similar but different entity
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Level 61
Feb 23, 2021
The one time I thought a Nigerian Price would be helpful.
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Level 56
Jun 14, 2021
This is the interesting fact i got:

In 2012, Liechtensteiners voted on whether to abolish the Prince’s right to…..

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Level 72
Mar 16, 2022
... veto referendum results.

Is that really interesting? I slightly regret bothering to look it up to be honest; I thought it was going to be something like "... take any female over the age of 12 as a wife."

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Level 55
May 23, 2022
The interesting part is their outcome. If they don't abolish it, they're running a risk of a corrupt leader. If they do, they're getting rid of the risk for no cost.
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Level 72
Sep 10, 2022
It's a stable, moneytheistic autonomous bankocracy - they won't do anything interesting that puts that in danger.
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Level 59
Aug 17, 2021
24
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Level 39
Feb 17, 2022
bolivia?
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Level 61
Apr 5, 2022
I recognize that this isn’t within the time frame of the most recent update, however, for the next update I believe Afghanistan should be included under Emir Hibatullah Akhundzada (at least if Wikipedia is anything to go by)
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Level 60
Jul 7, 2022
arnt australia and canada and many more not also monarchies since the queen of the uk is also their queen nvm i see the caviat now
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Level 23
Sep 10, 2022
rip queen elizabeth